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Paradoxically, the game's too easy because it's very hard. Certain sections make you swear until you're blue in the face and demand ten or even 20 attempts for you to begin to figure out what to do, let alone consider completing them. But it's the very fact that you know you can do it, and you know that whatever comes next will be even better, that keeps you at it. As a consequence, you're furiously obsessed by the game for a week or so until you complete it - and then that's it. There's absolutely no incentive to play it again, because nothing will be different and it would be a chore rather than fun. But what a time you have when you are playing. Another World is an experience not to be missed. If you care at all about intriguing gameplay, fabulous graphics and even better sound effects, there's no better place to find them than on Another World.
Full to the brim with puzzles and blasting actions, Another World is a science fiction title that once you enter into its realm you'll have trouble escaping from. A classic.